Ben Drury

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Ben Drury (born 4 January 1972), is a British freelance designer.

He was art director of Mo' Wax recordings and has worked extensively in the music industry, creating album artwork for Turin Brakes and Dizzee Rascal[1] amongst others. He maintains long-term creative collaborations with James Lavelle of Mo' Wax and Singapore based clothing label Surrender & Will Bankhead, also formerly of Mo' Wax, and currently the cult T-shirt company, Answer. He worked closely with artist Futura 2000 designing a compilation of his work, entitled “Futura”, published in 2000 by Booth-Clibborn Editions [1]. In 2006 he collaborated with Nike to produce the "Air U Breathe" Air Max 1 Premium training shoe and Windrunner jacket. In December 2009 he rebooted the partnership to create the Nike Air Max 90 Current “Silent Listener".

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